Ai-jen has been organizing immigrant women workers for over two decades, forging pathways to sustainable quality jobs for the caregiving workforce and working to ensure access to affordable care for the nation’s aging populations. Learn more about Ai-jen Poo.
Jenn Stowe is the Executive Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA), the leading national voice for dignity and fairness for domestic workers in the United States.
Senior Advisor on Strategy
Alicia is the co-creator of the Black Lives Matter Global Network, senior advisor on strategy at the National Domestic Workers Alliance, and principal at the Black Futures Lab.
Dorothy Bolden Fellow / New York Chapter We Dream in Black Co-Director
Allison Julien is a third generation domestic worker who migrated from Barbados and worked as a nanny in New York City for 25 years.
Barbara has been a domestic worker for the past 17 years, and is well acquainted with the exploitation domestic workers face.
Dorothy Bolden Fellow / Domestic Worker Organizer
Gilda Blanco is a Seattle-based organizer working to develop the leadership of Black domestic workers through the innovative “women’s circle” model.
Dorothy Bolden Fellow / We Dream in Black & Miami Workers Center Leader
June Barrett is a long-time home care worker, a queer Jamaican immigrant and a leader at the Miami Workers Center and in NDWA’s We Dream in Black Project.
Maria is a committed worker-leader within the National Domestic Workers Alliance who has mobilized countless domestic workers.
Social Innovations Director
Palak Shah is the Social Innovations Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) and the Founding Director of NDWA Labs, the innovation arm of the domestic worker movement.
Dorothy Bolden Fellow / We Dream in Black Organizer
Shechel Williams is a family caregiver and skilled organizer with the National Domestic Workers Alliance and its We Dream in Black program.